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  1. Egon Muller Scharzhofberger Riesling Kabinett 2020
    Egon Muller Scharzhofberger Riesling Kabinett 2020
    There’s a bit of mountain stream in the fragrance of the Scharzhofberger Kabinett, but the primary aromas come from local orchards and citrus-fruit groves. Don’t expect an exuberance of sweet temptation on the palate, as zest and spice play at least as significant a role as residual sugar. But what makes the Scharzhofberger so unique is not the fruit, but the zest and spice it is delivered with. It’s still taut at this early stage, not so much a ‘come hither’ but a ‘come up and see me sometime’ Kabinett. MICHAEL SCHMIDT, Jancis Robinson
    2018
    Riesling
    Germany
    442
  2. Honky Chateau Ikigai Chardonnay 2021
    Honky Chateau Ikigai Chardonnay 2021
    This by somm Chris Ryan of Cummulus Inc so you know he know what good booze is supposed to look like. All from a single vineyard in Healesville handpicked, crushed and pressed to all old 300l barrels. All wild ferment and just a couple of barrels that kicked on through to natural malo and kept for a bit of extra depth. Keen and minimal winemaking - we love it!

    Lush, soft and juicy, tropical leaning chardonnay with a really good dose of sweet spice. Slurpy, yummo kinda vibe. Not changing the world but this thing is delicious. Delivers a really good hit of chardy. MIKE BENNIE, The Wine Front
    2021
    chardonnay
    Australia
    353
  3. Frankland Estate Smith Cullam Riesling 2021
    Frankland Estate Smith Cullam Riesling 2021
    The Isolation Ridge vineyard at Frankland Estate is now farmed using organic viticultural practices resulting in greater depth and concentration to our wines. The vineyard sits on an undulating northern and eastern facing slope on ancient duplex soils of gravel and loam over a clay sub-soil. Fruit for this wine was sourced from Geisenheim clone Riesling vines planted in 1988. This clone is renowned for retaining high levels of acidity throughout the vintage, this providing a natural counterbalance to the residual sweetness in this wine.

    Handpicked when ripe in the early morning and whole-bunch pressed for fermentation in 1000 litre French oak ‘foudre’ over 4 weeks. Towards the end of fermentation, when the ideal balance of sugar, fruit weight and acidity had been achieved, the wine was chilled to arrest fermentation. FRANKLAND ESTATE
    2021
    Riesling
    Australia
    504
  4. Vina Olabarri Rioja Viura Blanco 2020
    Vina Olabarri Rioja Viura Blanco 2020

    Olabarri's wines break away from the traditional, oak-aged oxidative style that focuses on a pleasing natural depth without obvious winemaking to force style and flavour from bland grapes. Cool stainless steel fermentation, wild yeast, free run juice with minimal lees/skin contact.

    A nose of jackfruit flesh, curry leaf, a bit spicy and lemon fresh. The palate is nicely phenolic, without excess, and with a lovely clairty to the fruit. A little bit of richness and perfectly savoury, it’s filled out with spiced fruit acid and feel of the chalky limestone in which it’s grown and a dash of grilled nuts. Perfectly midweight, nicely rounded, it sits gently with presence, freshness edging and shaping.

    2020
    Macabeo
    Spain
    472
  5. Pepe Mendoza Casa Agricola Blanco 2021
    Pepe Mendoza Casa Agricola Blanco 2021
    The 2021 Moscatel - Macabeo - Airén was produced with 40% Moscatel, 40% Macabeo and 20% Airén that fermented in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts and was kept with the lees until bottling. This is very floral, herbal and expressive, a blend to show the landscape, because he thinks the Moscatel is not complete enough to be bottled alone. So, this combines notes of jasmine, chamomile, fennel and grass, and all the wines fermented with indigenous yeasts. It's long and clean and has a dry, chalky finish with a saline twist. It has medium ripeness at 13% alcohol and a pH of 3.3. The whites don't go through malolactic to keep the tension and freshness, and the malic acid is not very high. The vines are in the process of being certified organic. 91 pts, LUIS GUITERREZ, Robert Parker
    2021
    White Blend
    Spain
    342
  6. Hesket Chardonnay 2021
    Hesket Chardonnay 2021
    Delightfully fresh and focused, with a faintly floral fragrance of lemon, grapefruit and creamy vanilla/bubblegum oak backed by a hint of spice. Initially round and juicy, its intense citrus flavour moves with poise and style down a lean, refined palate before finishing with tautness and brittleness. While it will certainly flesh out remarkably, leaving most cool-climate Australian chardonnay appearing stripped and shy by comparison, it will retain its signature focus and acidity, none of which I would add, is actually added. JEREMY OLIVER
    2019
    Riesling
    Australia
    377
  7. Correggia Roero Arneis 2021 (Screwcap)
    Correggia Roero Arneis 2021 (Screwcap)

    The Correggia family are a small yet formidable force in the sandy soils of Roero, just west of the Tanaro River in Piedmont. After the tragic death of her husband, Ornella with help from friends propelled the wines of Matteo Correggia to even greater heights. She is now flanked by her children Giovanni and Brigitta and the wines have never looked better.

    Fragrant aromas of white flowers, citrus and pear on the nose lead into a finely textured palate. Hints of sweet almond arise. Its fresh and tingly finish with a fine phenolic chew carrying the orchard fruits into a long gentle close. GABRIELLE POY, PWS

    2021
    Arneis
    Italy
    457
  8. Brash Higgins CHN Chenin Blanc 2021
    Brash Higgins CHN Chenin Blanc 2021

    Chenin Blanc from McLaren Vale, fermented wild, matured in wood.

    Colour and cloudiness, straw and nuts. This wine is wild with flavour. Citrus, saline, honey and handfuls of nuts. Lots of zip but lots of give/texture/flavour. Food-friendly and sit-and-ponder friendly. Dry and grippy on the finish, an attractive squeakiness there, and no shortage of length. It’s a ripper, really. It’s varietal but we are also in the presence of difference. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front

    2021
    Chenin Blanc
    Australia
    436
  9. Mulline Portarlington Chardonnay 2022
    Mulline Portarlington Chardonnay 2022
    Barrel fermented with full solids, no mlf, matured in 25% new French barriques and puncheons. A bright green gold. Opens with aromas of white nectarine and peach, lemon verbena and grapefruit pith before revealing attractive savoury, nutty notes. There's real drive and persistence on the palate, too, which culminates in a long, mineral and chalky finish. Excellent. (94) PHILIP RICH, Halliday Wine Companino
    2021
    chardonnay
    Australia
    354
  10. Roagna Langhe Solea 2019
    Roagna Langhe Solea 2019
    Near the new cellar, in the mention owned exclusively by our family, we have a Chardonnay vineyard, which we use for the production of Solea, together with a percentage of Nebbiolo.
    Fermentation takes place exclusively in wooden vats using a pied de cuve made from indigenous yeasts and lasts about ten days. The wine ages in a neutral oak barrel for about two years. Roagna
    2019
    chardonnay, Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
    Special Price $144.00 Regular Price $170.00
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